• Jun 10th 2013 at 10:20AM
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BPG Werks DTV Shredder: TRANSLOGIC 131
The BPG Werks DTV Shredder is a personal off-road vehicle like no other. Its unique pivoting platform allows the rider to steer the Shredder like a skateboard, while an upright handlebar offers stability. We sit down with BPG Werks CEO Ben Gulak to discuss the Shredder and his other creations, the Uno transforming motorcycle and the Mule II autonomous equipment transport.

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      • 2 Years Ago
      Bradley, your switch from skinny jeans to tights has now officially gone too far... And not just on the Shredder.
      • 2 Years Ago
      200 lbs?? I don't think that will make it. Something that heavy has to have more maneuverability and top speed to make up for it.
      • 9 Months Ago
      Okay, critics, I would like to see your invention that is superior to this! Everything starts from plan 1.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Doh. I meant 5 figures.
      • 8 Months Ago
      Gee, driving at daytime vs night wouldn't affect a driver's physical and mental state, would it? And putt-putting slowly around a track vs driving aggressively wouldn't make much difference either, eh? Guess the actual performance differences of the two cars wasn't enough so they had to make it look more extreme. Typical manipulation for exaggerated effect.
      • 2 Years Ago
      4g's isn't bad actually!
      • 2 Years Ago
      I want one. Something tells me the price will be in the 6 figures range though.
      Giza Plateau
      • 2 Years Ago
      Never work for the military. It's tempting because it's dumb product and big money but they will just use it to kill millions of people based on lies and you don't want that equity come judgment time.
        • 2 Years Ago
        @Giza Plateau
        That talk about "lies" doesn't fly at the adult table of discussion on foreign policy. If you think you they lied you needed to be lied to. In the end equipment for the military, especially when conflicts necessitate the acceleration of the development cycle, provide a good trickle down of technologies to the consumer market- whether the short sighted or those feigning ignorance for political capital recognize it or not.
      • 2 Years Ago
      I don't know why the obvious comparison to a kick scooter like the JDBug or Razor isn't made, II didn't hear the word "scooter" anywhere. That seems to be an obvious market to target for the reason of operator familiarity. Let's face it, when you're in the age group that can afford such toys learning new skills which require balance and coordination become difficult. We know you could put a kid on skis when they're 5 and by the end of the day they're zooming around like mad. Do the same with a 30-35 y/o and it's a day of misery. So the natural market here is the kids who ride street scooters as they outgrow them. Possibly skate and snowboard riders with some adaptation. Dirt bikes, ATVs? A whole different animal.
      • 10 Months Ago
      Stupid and of no good use.
      • 2 Years Ago
      Huh, cool looking, I still like my Power Dirt Board better, it's a bit cheaper and it does 25 MPH. I designed it back in the 80's and it was produced in SLO CA. I have upgraded it to warp speeds, but winds are a factor the faster you go. Production of the Power Dirt Board and the Warp Board are on hold for funding. So, you could see them very soon, with an "eco daily" concept right next to them, that was Nicola Tesla inspired. I really believe the eco daily will fill a need world wide, with a great price, speeds and the power system. ; )
      • 1 Year Ago
      You need to make it faster
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